Does anyone else find the speech to be too fast? A turtle feature like other languages have on Duolingo would be most welcome.
Why do they use את? I see it so many times but I still dont understand what it does (I read the tips and notes, it didnt help me :/)
(noformat) This confuses many people, you'll get the hang of it. אֶת is used before a definite direct object. התפוח שלו is the direct object of אוכלת, and it is definite, so required את.
Thanks aha, still confusing but I guess I'll have to get used to it :)
The 'את' is like 'the' in english (to talk about an especific object) but in this case it seems that when you refer to possession you have to use it before the word
Specific things. The book, the man usually it's before a the something, but not when it's someone's name. Like I love you, he likes jane. Those are specific you need the "et"
The word 'his' was not available as an option but DL said I should have used it.
This was way too fast. Contrary to many comments on the forums they can offer the option to slow the audio. It's doable in the programming language they use. They have chosen not to.